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1
Other Games / Razor: Salvation
« on: May 30, 2012, 03:10:33 pm »
For those of you who don't know/haven't noticed, Level5Pidgey has not been around lately. That is because he went and got himself a job (what a chump). Luckily for everyone, that job involves making games! Games like Razor: Salvation! It only came out the other day and, no kidding, it is the best game I have on my iPod (granted, I don't have too many games, but it's still awesome). Anyways, it's a cool game and everyone should play it (only if you want to though).

Link is below for anyone who wants to check it out. It's only for iOS devices at the moment but I think they're working on an Android version too.

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/razor-salvation/id528471609?mt=8

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Completed Reports / #203 - Girafarig
« on: February 07, 2012, 02:13:06 am »
Name: Girafarig
Number: 203
Type: Normal/Psychic

Abilities: Regenerator, Early Bird, Sap Sipper

Base Stats: 88 / 80 / 75 / 90 / 75 / 105

Level Up Move Edits:
 None

Move Tutor Move Edits:
Its current learnable Gen V TMs
Its current learnable Gen V Tutor Moves
Trick
Wish
Bulk Up

Egg Move Edits:
None

Example Set
Baton Pass to the Max @ Leftovers
252 Def / 164 SpDef / 92 Hp
Regenerator, Calm
- Wish
- Bulk Up
- Calm Mind
- Baton Pass

Explanation of Set
This set is really fun, start buffing physical or special depending on what your opponent is using, wishing where appropriate. Then get the other side buffed and pass it on to someone who will rip everyone apart with +6's all over the place.

Url of Discussion Topic: http://pokemon-universe.com/index.php/topic,3346.0.html

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General Chat / Global Game Jam 2012
« on: January 30, 2012, 03:21:26 am »
For those of you that don't know, Global Game Jam was on again this weekend (and probably still is for some jam sites). It's basically an event where teams from all around the world make games in 48 hours. Everybody is given the same theme at 5pm local time on Friday and then spends the rest of the weekend making the game. Visit http://globalgamejam.org/ for more info.

So anyways, I participated for the first time this year, and I had an amazing time. I met lots of new people and saw some amazing games created.

My game can be downloaded here, http://globalgamejam.org/2012/toob-racer and I'm working on getting a file up that will just contain the game itself, with no source code. Also, the game only runs on windows, so if you're using a Mac or Linux, you won't be able to play it.

If you want to check out some other games http://globalgamejam.org/sites/2012/game-jam-wollongong-2012 is a list of all the games created at my site. Or you can go to http://globalgamejam.org/games to see all the games made for the GGJ2012.

Did anybody else participate? If so, I'd love to check out your games.

EDIT: A game only download link is up on the page.

4
Balance Server Testing / Testing Pokemon.
« on: December 15, 2011, 11:57:51 am »
Okay, this here is going to be a list of all the pokemon in testing. You will be able to use these along with any pokemon that is on the Available Pokemon list.

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-----------------------GEN  I ------------------------------
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15: Beedrill
31: Nidoqueen
36: Clefable
47: Parasect
49: Venomoth
57: Primeape
71: Victreebel
78: Rapidash
82: Magneton
83: Farfetch'd
95: Onix
105: Marowak
108: Lickitung
110: Weezing
112: Rhydon
115: Kangaskhan
119: Seaking
124: Jynx
126: Magmar
127: Pisir
131: Lapras
139: Omastar
141: Kabutops
142: Aerodactyl

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-----------------------GEN  II -----------------------------
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168: Ariados
178: Xatu
182: Bellossom
185: Sudowoodo
189: Jumpluff
198: Murkrow
202: Wobbuffet
206: Dunsparce
211: Qwilfish
213: Shuckle
219: Magcargo
222: Corsola
224: Octillery
225: Delibird
226: Mantine
248: Tyranitar

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-----------------------GEN  III ----------------------------
-------------------------------------------------------------

267: Beautifly
272: Ludicolo
275: Shiftry
279: Pelipper
282: Gardevoir
286: Breloom
302: Sableye
306: Aggron
308: Medicham
310: Manectric
311: Plusle
312: Minun
313: Volbeat
314: Illumise
321: Wailord
323: Camerupt
324: Torkoal
326: Grumpig
334: Altaria
340: Whiscash
344: Claydol
348: Armaldo
350: Milotic
354: Banette
358: Chimecho
365: Walrein
367: Huntail
368: Gorebyss
370: Luvdisc

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-----------------------GEN  IV ----------------------------
-------------------------------------------------------------

402: Kricketune
405: Luxray
407: Roserade
413: Wormadam
419: Floatzel
428: Lopunny
429: Mismagius
432: Purugly
435: Skuntank
465: Tangrowth
474: Porygon-Z
476: Probopass
478: Froslass

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-----------------------GEN  V -----------------------------
-------------------------------------------------------------

505: Watchog
523: Zebstrika
526: Gigalith
537: Seismitoad
538: Throh
539: Sawk
558: Crustle
579: Reuniclus
586: Sawsbuck
591: Amoonguss
604: Eelektross
606: Beheeyem
617: Accelgor
620: Mienshao
625: Bisharp
631: Heatmor

5
Other Games / Pokemon Universe steam group
« on: November 06, 2011, 04:19:19 am »
Here's a link to the steam group I just created.

http://steamcommunity.com/groups/PokemonUniverse

6
Balance Server Testing / Server Update
« on: November 05, 2011, 02:41:18 pm »
Okay, the server has been updated with some new additions. If you create a team that uses pokemon that aren't on the allowed pokemon list, you will be placed in the Banned tier. This tier will stop you from challenging anyone and stop people from challenging you. The only other tier is the Balance tier, which you should default to if your team is legal. If you aren't put straight in there, just select it from the tier list.

7
Balance Server Testing / New Battlers Guide
« on: November 03, 2011, 10:49:03 am »
Okay, it's been less than a day since the Balance Server started up, and I've been seeing an influx of people who have never used Pokemon Online, and likely never battled on a simulator before. So I'm making this thread to help new people avoid the mistakes I've been seeing so far.

- Use Pokemon on the Available Pokemon list. http://pokemon-universe.com/index.php/topic,3782.0.html

- This is kind of related to the first point, but don't use an unevolved version of a pokemon on the list, unless it is on the list too. So you can use electabuzz, as he is on the list, but don't go around using a haunter, or you will be putting yourself at a disadvantage.

- Make sure you know what your pokemon's items, abilities and moves do.

- If you're going to put two moves of the same elemental and attacking type on a pokemon, Ice Beam and Blizzard, for example, think very carefully about the reasoning behind this, as it's almost always better to have a move of another type.

If you have any more tips, feel free to post them below.

8
Balance Server Testing / FAQ Thread.
« on: November 02, 2011, 12:36:34 pm »
Got a question about the balance server? Ask it here and the Balance Team will get around to answering it.

If you know the answer to a question, feel free to answer it. However, apart from that, please refrain from discussion in this thread.

Here are some of the more commonly asked questions.

Q: Why are you balancing Pokemon?
A: Because currently many fully evolved pokemon never get any use in competitive battles. We feel that every pokemon should be useable in battle, so you can use your favourite pokemon, and still stand a chance of winning.

Q: When is the game coming out?
A: In December 2011 we will be releasing a beta. Seriously, check the main page the next time you ask this question.

Q: Why did you nerf XXX, I think that it was perfectly balanced?
A: Because we felt that it was not, in fact, balanced. If you want to explain in further detail why it was perfectly balanced, make a topic.

Q: When will you balance XXX?
A: When we get to it. We have currently balanced many pokemon that feature prominently in the current metagame and are now working on the lesser used pokemon.

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Balance Server Testing / READ: Balance Forum Info
« on: November 02, 2011, 12:30:29 pm »
Welcome to the Balance Server Testing Forum!

I'm sure you have a bunch of questions, but before you ask them make sure you check the other stickied topics. If you can't find what you're looking for, check the FAQ thread. Which can be found http://pokemon-universe.com/index.php/topic,3803.0.html.

Feel free to talk about anything to do with the balance server on this forum. Specific pokemon, team builds, abilities. However, please don't make topics asking for battles.

Follow these guidelines and nobody will get stabbed in the face.

Happy Battling!

10
Completed Reports / #571 - Zoroark
« on: November 01, 2011, 02:10:49 pm »
Name: Zoroark
Number: 571
Type: Dark

Abilities: Illusion

Base Stats: 60/105/60/120/60/105

Level Up Move Edits:
None

Move Tutor Move Edits:
Its current learnable Gen V TMs
Its current learnable Gen V Tutor Moves

Egg Move Edits:
None

Example Set
Specs @ Choice Specs
252 SpA / 252 Spe / 4 Hp
Illusion, Timid
- Flamethrower
- Grass Knot
- Extrasensory
- Night Daze/Dark Pulse

Explanation of Set
Illusion is what makes Zoroark a wonderful revenge killer. Because the opponent thinks he is another pokemon, they will either stay in or switch out to their detriment. Use as you would any other Choice pokemon.

Url of Discussion Topic: Unchanged

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Balance Server Testing / Gameplay Changes
« on: November 01, 2011, 09:01:03 am »
PU has altered many abilities and mechanics to improve balance - such as the alteration of moves and abilities that could be troublesome in the future, if they're not already.

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Crits
---------------------------------

Random crits are off. You can still crit if you boost your crit ratio (such as through Super Luck, or using a move like Stone Edge) but otherwise, you will not crit randomly.

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Sleep
---------------------------------

- Sleep range is rescaled from 2-5 turns to 3-5 turns.
- Sleep no longer resets its counter when the Pokemon switches out.

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Weather
---------------------------------

Sun:
- Fire moves deal 33% more damage, as opposed to 50%.
- Water moves deal 25% less damage, as opposed to 50%.

Rain:
- Water moves deal 33% more damage, as opposed to 50%.
- Fire moves deal 25% less damage, as opposed to 50%.

Hail:
- Ice pokemon gain 25% Def.

Sandstorm:
- Rock pokemon gain 25% SpDef as, opposed to 50%.

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Abilities
---------------------------------

Weather Creating Abilities (Drought/Drizzle/Snow Warning/Sand Stream):
- Follows Gen VI rules
- When a pokemon with one of these abilities switches out, the weather will last for 5 more turns, or 8 if holding the appropriate weather rock (Heat/Damp/Icy/Smooth).

Chlorophyll/Swift Swim/Sand Rush:
- 50% Speed increase in their weather as opposed to 100%.

Harvest:
- 80% chance to recover berry when not in sun, as opposed to 50%.

Cloud Nine:
- Stops weather while in play.
- Weather stays gone unless refreshed after the pokemon with this ability leaves play.

Filter/Solid Rock:
- 35% damage reduction on Super Effective hits, rather than 25%.

Wonder Skin:
- Blocks all status inflicted by the opponent.

Zen Mode:
- Now swaps Darmanitans base Atk and SpAtk stats.

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Moves
---------------------------------
Hidden Power:
-Base power is now set to 70 up from 60

MoonBlast:
-Chance to reduce Sp Atk is now 5% down from 30%

Stealth Rock:
- Removed

Explosion:
- Now lowers enemy's Defence by 1 stage before applying damage.

Pursuit:
- Changed from Dark to Typeless.
- Base Power increased from 40 to 45.
NOTE: Typeless damage will deal damage to Shedinja.

Aurora Beam/Bubblebeam:
- 100% chance to lower opponents Atk/Speed.
- Base Power decreased from 65 to 55.

Rock Smash:
- 100% chance to lower opponents Def.
- Base Power increased from 40 to 55.

Metal Claw/Charge Beam:
- 100% chance to increase users Atk/SpAtk.
- Base power increased from 50 to 55.

Confusion:
- 50% chance to inflict confusion.
- Base Power increased from 50 to 55.

Knock Off
- Base Power increased from 20 to 60.

Outrage:
- Base Power decreased from 120 to 100.

Draco Meteor:
- Base Power decreased from 140 to 120.

DynamicPunch:
- Accuracy increased from 50% to 70%.

Sing/GrassWhistle:
- Accuracy increased from 55% to 75%.

Hypnosis:
- Accuracy increased from 60% to 75%.

Sleep Powder:
- Accuracy increased from 75% to 85%.

Stun Spore/Poison Powder
- Accuracy increased from 75% to 90%.

Rock Tomb
- Accuracy increased from 80% to 90%.
- Base power increased from 50 to 70.

Constrict:
- 100% chance to lower opponents Speed.
- Base Power increased from 10 to 50.

Take Down
- Recoil decreased from 25% to 20%
- Base Power increased from 90 to 100.

Power Gem
- Base Power increased from 70 to 80.

Twineedle:
- Base Power increased from 25 to 45.

Pin Missile:
- Base Power increased from 14 to 25.

Fury Cutter:
- Base Power increased from 20 to 30.

Fiery Dance
- Base Power decreased from 80 to 70.

Wrap:
- 100% chance to decrease opponents Spe by one stage on hit.
- Base Power increased from 15 to 20.
- Damage per turn increased from 1/16 to 1/10.

Bind:
- Base Power increased from 15 to 50.
- Damage per turn increased from 1/16 to 1/10.

Clamp/Fire Spin/Sand Tomb/Whirlpool:
- Base Power increased from 35 to 40.
- Damage per turn increased from 1/16 to 1/10.

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Items
---------------------------------

Eviolite now provides no bonuses (as it will not be in PU)


12
Completed Reports / #038 - Ninetales
« on: November 01, 2011, 04:40:00 am »
Name: Ninetales
Number: 38
Type: Fire

Abilities: Flash Fire, Drought

Base Stats: 73/76/75/81/100/100

Level Up Move Edits:
None

Move Tutor Move Edits:
Its current learnable Gen V TMs
Its current learnable Gen V Tutor Moves

Egg Move Edits:
None

Example Set
Flash Fire @ Life Orb
252 SpA / 252 Spe / 4 Hp
Flash Fire, Timid
- Flamethrower
- Energy Ball
- Hypnosis
- Nasty Plot

Explanation of Set
Try and bait a fire move then switch Ninetales in. If they're likely to switch out, nasty plot. If not, hypnosis and get a nasty plot when they switch out. After that you can sweep to your hearts content. Watch out for faster water types or anything with aqua jet.

Url of Discussion Topic: Unchanged

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Completed Reports / #289 - Slaking
« on: November 01, 2011, 02:49:55 am »
Name: Slaking
Number: 289
Type: Normal

Abilities: Truant

Base Stats: 150/160/100/95/65/100


Level Up Move Edits:
None

Move Tutor Move Edits:
Its current learnable Gen V TMs
Its current learnable Gen V Tutor Moves

Egg Move Edits:
None

Example Set
Choice Banded @ Choice Band
252 Atk / 252 Spe / 4 Hp
Truant, Adamant
- Return
- Earthquake
- Fire Punch
- Pursuit

Explanation of Set
This Slaking is a powerhouse. Truant however, mitigates this as attacking once every two turns significantly decreases the damage he can do. This makes him better used as a revenge killer, as he can punish a switch in, or the pokemon switching out with pursuit. Just look out for pokemon with protect, as they'll stall you forever.

Url of Discussion Topic: Unchanged

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Balance Server Testing / Available Pokemon
« on: October 31, 2011, 02:18:13 pm »
This is a list of all the pokemon currently released by the balance team to the public, it is meant as a quick reference list when building your teams. If you want to see the actual changes, head over to http://pokemon-universe.com/index.php/topic,3736.0.html and follow the links.

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-----------------------GEN  I ------------------------------
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3: Venusaur
6: Charizard
9: Blastoise
12: Butterfree
18: Pidgeot
20: Raticate
22: Fearow
24: Arbok
26: Raichu
28: Sandslash
34: Nidoking
38: Ninetales
40: Wigglytuff
45: Vileplume
51: Dugtrio
53: Persian
55: Golduck
59: Arcanine
62: Poliwrath
65: Alakazam
68: Machamp
73: Tentacruel
76: Golem
78: Rapidash
80: Slowbro
85: Dodrio
87: Dewgong
89: Muk
91: Cloyster
94: Gengar
97: Hypno
99: Kingler
101: Electrode
103: Exeggutor
106: Hitmonlee
107: Hitmonchan
110: Weezing
121: Starmie
122: Mr. Mime
123: Scyther
125: Electabuzz
128: Tauros
130: Gyarados
132: Ditto
134: Vaporeon
135: Jolteon
136: Flareon
143: Snorlax
149: Dragonite

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-----------------------GEN  II -----------------------------
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154: Meganium
157: Typhlosion
160: Feraligatr
162: Furret
164: Noctowl
166: Ledian
169: Crobat
171: Lanturn
181: Ampharos
184: Azumarill
186: Politoed
195: Quagsire
196: Espeon
197: Umbreon
199: Slowking
201: Unown
203: Girafarig
205: Forretress
208: Steelix
212: Scizor
214: Heracross
217: Ursaring
227: Skarmory
229: Houndoom
230: Kingdra
232: Donphan
233: Porygon2
235: Smeargle
237: Hitmontop
241: Miltank
242: Blissey

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-----------------------GEN  III ----------------------------
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254: Sceptile
257: Blaziken
260: Swampert
262: Mightyena
264: Linoone
269: Dustox
272: Ludicolo
277: Swellow
284: Masquerain
289: Slaking
291: Ninjask
292: Shedinja
295: Exploud
297: Hariyama
301: Delcatty
319: Sharpedo
324: Torkoal
330: Flygon
336: Seviper
337: Lunatone
338: Solrock
342: Crawdaunt
346: Cradily
351: Castform
352: Kecleon
359: Absol
362: Glalie
373: Salamence
376: Metagross

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-----------------------GEN  IV -----------------------------
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389: Torterra
392: Infernape
395: Empoleon
398: Staraptor
400: Bibarel
414: Mothim
417: Pachirisu
423: Gastrodon
424: Ambipom
430: Honchkrow
437: Bronzong
442: Spiritomb
445: Garchomp
448: Lucario
450: Hippowdon
452: Drapion
454: Toxicroak
461: Weavile
462: Magnezone
464: Rhyperior
466: Electivire
468: Togekiss
469: Yanmega
470: Leafeon
471: Glaceon
472: Gliscor
473: Mamoswine
475: Gallade
477: Dusknoir
479: Rotom (All forms)

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-----------------------GEN  V ------------------------------
-------------------------------------------------------------

497: Serperior
500: Emboar
503: Samurott
510: Liepard
512: Simisage
514: Simisear
516: Simipour
530: Excadrill
534: Conkeldurr
545: Scolipede
547: Whimsicott
553: Krookodile
555: Darmanitan
560: Scrafty
563: Cofagrigus
567: Archeops
569: Garbodor
571: Zoroark
573: Cinccino
587: Emolga
593: Jellicent
596: Galvantula
598: Ferrothorn
601: Klinklang
609: Chandelure
612: Haxorus
614: Beartic
615: Cryogonal
621: Druddigon
623: Golurk
628: Braviary
632: Durant
635: Hydreigon
637: Volcarona

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Completed Reports / #132 - Ditto
« on: October 21, 2011, 11:26:29 am »
Name: Ditto
Number: 132
Type: Normal

Abilities: Limber, Imposter

Base Stats: 48/48/48/48/48/48


Level Up Move Edits:
None

Move Tutor Move Edits:
Its current learnable Gen V TMs
Its current learnable Gen V Tutor Moves

Egg Move Edits:
None

Example Set
Revenge Killah @ Choice Scarf
252 Hp / Whatever else you want
Imposter, Nature
- Transform
-
-
-

Explanation of Set
Not very hard to figure out, switch in and unless the opponent is also scarfed, you're faster! Just smack them hard. Be wary of substitute, which stops transform from working at all.

Url of Discussion Topic: Unchanged

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